Asia - Aqua (1992) Digitally Remastered 2005 - Full Album HQ

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1. "Aqua, Pt. 1" (Downes, Howe, Payne)2. "Who Will Stop the Rain?" (Downes, Warman, Woolfenden)3. "Back in Town" (Downes, Payne)4. "Love Under Fire" (Downes, Greg Lake)5. "Someday" (Downes, Warman)6. "Little Rich Boy" (Downes, Payne)7. "The Voice of Reason" (Downes, Payne) 8. "Lay Down Your Arms" (Downes, Greg Hart, Payne)9. "Crime of the Heart" (Downes, Warman)10. "A Far Cry" (Downes, Greg Hart, Mitchell, Payne)11. "Don't Call Me" (Downes, Warman)12. "Heaven on Earth" (Andy Nye, Payne)13. "Aqua, Pt. 2" (Downes, Payne)Bonus Tracks:14. "Obsession" (Payne, Rodford)15. "Little Rich Boy (Live)" (Downes, Payne)16. "Love Under Fire (Live)" (Downes, Greg Lake)Tracks 15 & 16 recorded November 10, 1992 at Town & Country, London, UKGeoffrey Downes – keyboards, backing vocalsSteve Howe – guitar on 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 10 (Acoustic Guitars, Mandolin, Pedal Steel, Electric 12 String, Dobro)Carl Palmer – drums & percussionJohn Payne – bass, lead vocals, guitar, backing vocalsAl Pitrelli – lead and rhythm guitarsAdditional Musicians:Simon Phillips – drumsNigel Glockler - drumsAnt Glynne – guitarScott Gorham – guitarMats Johanson - guitar solo on "Crime of the Heart"Live Tracks:Drums: Trevor ThorntonGuitar: Vinny BurnsReleased June 8, 1992Produced by Geoff Downes for CZAR Records LtdEngineered by Peter CraigieMixed by John Brand For The Really Original GroupRecorded and Mixed at Advision Studios, Brighton, England 1991-1992"Aqua Part 1" Recorded at Brighton Beach"Crime of the Heart" Recorded at The New Vaudeville Theatre, LontonDigitally Recorded and Mixed on Sony 3324'sSleeve Illustration by Rodney Matthews, (c) 1991Asia logo designed and painted by Roger Dean, (c) 1984Re-release layout: Thomas EwerhardAdditional live photos: Mary Ann BurnsDigitally Remastered by Peter van't Riet:"Taking Aqua to today's standards, main concern was poor low-end and saturated mid area. Careful frequency-tweaking opened up the mids, while a vintage type bass enhancer and expander further improved body and dynamics respectively" - Peter van't Riet, May 2005